The Huntington News

RSA moves to eliminate stipends for executive board

RSA moves to eliminate stipends for executive board

Maria Lovato, campus editor

March 20, 2019


Filed under Campus

The Resident Student Association voted to eliminate executive board stipends during their Budget Review meeting March 18.

Women’s History Month Symposium raises new ideas on feminist resilience

Women’s History Month Symposium raises new ideas on feminist resilience

Samuel Kim, news correspondent

March 20, 2019


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During the sixth annual Women’s History Month Symposium on Friday, a panel of women discussed how feminist resilience applies to different professions.

Students pursue diverse range of Spring Break opportunities

Students pursue diverse range of Spring Break opportunities

Nick Swindell, deputy campus editor

March 18, 2019


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NU students spend time abroad and across the US volunteering while high schoolers filled Curry Ballroom for a marine science symposium.

NU COE dean appointed provost of Tufts

NU COE dean appointed provost of Tufts

Avery Bleichfeld, news staff

March 13, 2019


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Nadine Aubry, dean of the College of Engineering since 2012, has been appointed the new provost of Tufts University.

Democratic students overwhelmed by field of primary candidates

Democratic students overwhelmed by field of primary candidates

Isaac Stephens, news staff

March 13, 2019


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With 14 candidates, everyone should theoretically be able to find someone they like — but many Democrats at Northeastern say they aren’t ready to choose just yet.

Inside the tours that are flooding NU’s campus

Inside the tours that are flooding NU’s campus

Deanna Schwartz, news staff

March 13, 2019


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As high school seniors begin to make their college decisions, husky ambassadors serve as their tour guide to NU.

Former NU Corporation member accused of peddling influence to get student admitted

Former NU Corporation member accused of peddling influence to get student admitted

Chris Triunfo, Corey Dockser and Maria Lovato

March 12, 2019


Filed under Campus

A former member of a Northeastern oversight group faces federal fraud charges as part of an ongoing college admissions scandal.

Frisky Husky delivers free contraception

Frisky Husky delivers free contraception

Yunkyo Kim, news staff

March 4, 2019


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OPEN piloted the Frisky Husky program last semester to deliver free sexual health supplies with guaranteed confidentiality to NU students who live in on-campus housing.

Michaela McLaughlin remembered as strong, compassionate

Michaela McLaughlin remembered as strong, compassionate

Rachel Morford, news correspondent

March 4, 2019


Filed under Campus, Obituaries

Michaela McLaughlin died Feb. 12 after a two year battle with cancer. She was an industrial engineering student at NU, and is remembered for her enduring friendships.

Columbia professor presents ‘The Blessings of Multiple Causes’ at NU

Columbia professor presents ‘The Blessings of Multiple Causes’ at NU

Nick Swindell, deputy campus editor

February 27, 2019


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David Blei presented work in probabilistic machine learning designed to connect domain knowledge to real world data.

Students use MRI technology to study animals’ brain activity

Students use MRI technology to study animals’ brain activity

Rachel Powell, news correspondent

February 27, 2019


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NU students are using on-site MRI technology to study the impact of chronic cannabis exposure on the brain, as well as other studies.

‘Unsung heroes’ honored at annual Black Heritage Awards

‘Unsung heroes’ honored at annual Black Heritage Awards

Maria Lovato, campus editor

February 27, 2019


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Anika Crutchfield, Marcelo A. Araya, Audrey Grace and Lawrencia Raynor were recognized for their commitment and service to NU.